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Daphne Police Department reported an investigation of a shooting that occured around 1 a.m. on Friday, May 24, after two groups of teenagers were involved in a confrontation that left one 16-year-old … more
Dust off your formal attire and secure your mask for a night of fun and fundraising for The Anchor Cross Cancer Foundation. The Annual Masquerade Ball at the Daphne Civic Center brings patients … more
The Red Clay Strays cut their musical teeth in the bars and on the stages of local festivals across the Gulf Coast. Last night, they graced national airwaves. The Red Clay Strays performed on "The … more
An upcoming Fairhope senior just received the confirmation she was looking for regarding her dream of pursuing musical theater in college. Sydney Gray is the winner of the 2023-2024 Musical Theater … more
Testing potential firefighter candidates just got a little easier in Daphne. The Daphne Fire Department celebrated the opening of its new Candidate Physical Agility Test (CPAT) facility, May 20. The … more
The parking lot of the Eastern Shore Village Center has a new addition. The Fairhope Starbucks building is slowly taking shape. Construction began in late March and has been a hot topic on … more
An early morning fire damaged three Daphne businesses in a strip mall. At 3:32 a.m. Tuesday, May 14, the Spanish Fort Fire Department received a call regarding a fire on County Road 13, just … more
A trio of sisters, including two from Baldwin County -- Mitzy Smith, 54 off Fairhope, Judy Owen, 61 of Silverhill, and Sandra Grimes, 57 of Niceville, Florida -- was arrested on Friday, May 10 and charged with … more
What career goal did you have when you graduated high school or college? Did you end up meeting that goal? Michael Strecker wanted to be a novelist after graduating from Louisiana State … more
Daphne residents have an upcoming opportunity to voice concern over or support for the annexation and zoning of what 68 Ventures aims to transform into the Rowan Oak development. Public hearings are … more
FOLEY — Some might think a diploma is a just piece of paper that represents completion of school. To students like Patrick Overcast at the South Baldwin Literacy Council (SBLC), the certificate … more
History abounds in Fairhope. Now, longtime locals and visitors alike can discover the stories behind some of the area's oldest buildings. The Fairhope Single Tax Corporation Education Committee … more
Overcast skies on the Eastern Shore couldn’t overshadow the City of Fairhope’s ribbon cutting for its new Arts Alley on Friday, May 10, now officially open at 8 North Church Street. … more
Summer is fast approaching, and the season last year for Fairhope meant water use constraints amid a drought and city utilities at capacity. To get ahead of the problem this year, Fairhope City … more
FAIRHOPE — The wait is over. Dragonfly Foodbar is open in its new location. On Feb. 1, Gulf Coast Media published an article alerting readers that Dragonfly Foodbar was leaving downtown … more
Senior pranks can go many ways, but the 2024 seniors of Fairhope High School may have taken it too far. Gulf Coast Media received several phone calls Friday morning from parents calling concerned … more
Eastern Shore MPO has officially adopted the Baldwin County Bicycle and Pedestrian Connectivity Plan, focused on providing connectivity, safety and additional modal choices to residents and visitors … more
FAIRHOPE — The City of Fairhope has received $200,000 to combat the fentanyl crisis in Baldwin County that is affecting communities across the nation. According to a report by the Alabama … more
The Eastern Shore Metropolitan Planning Organization ventured to Washington, D.C. for a series of meetings with federal officials on Wednesday, May 1, in search of support for the I-10 Mobile River … more
Senior pranks can go many ways, but the 2024 seniors of Fairhope High School may have taken it too far.  Gulf Coast Media received several phone calls Friday morning from … more
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